The 2nd match of the Test series between Australian cricket team and the South African cricket team is currently ongoing at the MCG where Australia is showing dominance.
After dismissing South Africa for just 189, Australia have put 386 runs on the board, thanks to a brilliant double hundred from David Warner. Steve Smith also missed out on a well deserved century. However, it something else that occured during the match that is making all the headlines.
In a video going viral on social media, it shows that a broadcasting Spider-Cam was taking a 360 shot but it hit South African cricketer believed to be Anrich Nortje while taking the round. After this, it reminded people of earlier this year’s DRS review in the India vs South Africa match led to Indian players calling the broadcasters “whole country playing against XI.”
Here’s the @FoxCricket Flying Fox / Spider Cam doing its bit to help the Aussie cricketers build a healthy lead against South Africa… 😬🎥 Hope the player it collided with (Nortje?) is okay! #AUSvSA pic.twitter.com/9cIcPS2AAq— Ari (@arimansfield) December 27, 2022
Whole country playing against 11 guys— y (@yashwtff) December 27, 2022Advertisement
Good thing nothing can break a nokia 😤— Abinaya (@abs19931) December 27, 2022
If Peter Drury did commentary on Spidercam taking out Anrich Nortje at the MCG. pic.twitter.com/vCo5z4OTqC— Biswarup Ghatak (@BishOnTheRockz) December 27, 2022
Aussies taking sledging to an another level— Gowtham Kandavel (@Gowtham_kcg) December 27, 2022
Australia on the attack both with the bat and spider cam— 🐐 (@FOREVER_VK_FAN) December 27, 2022
Whole country against 11 guys. pic.twitter.com/HhVAdsGco1— Bhupi joshi (@ibhupi_) December 27, 2022